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SCWK 7777 Services to Migrants: A Border Perspective (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The right to migrate and protective stance of sovereign nations creates an inevitable conflict. Along the US border with Mexico there has arisen a variety of responses by government, religious and community organizations that seek to address various aspects of migration. This field based study of policy and services will seek understanding of the conflicts, explore the wants and needs of migrants, pursue the social policies that impact migration north from Central America and assess the range of human services and their outcomes in the Nogales AS corridor.


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Prerequisites: SCWK7701

Cross listed with:

Comments: Elective


Last Updated: 22-Jun-16